Exercise

Date: 11th Jan 2017 @ 9:28pm

What are the benefits of exercise? 

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Ben wrote:

Exercise keeps you fit and healthy. You burn off calories and excess fat. Exercise makes your muscles stronger. It makes you feel good and it is fun!!!

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Benjo wrote:

It keeps you fit and healthy. It is fun!

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palimino IZ! wrote:

exercise is very important because it warms up your mussels so you don't pull or break anything!!!!!!

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Maths Wiz wrote:

Exercise is fun and keeps you happy,fit and strong.

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liverpudlian wrote:

I think sports should bring us together and that's, what they do. and to create a life ahead of you.

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Cal wrote:

Exercise keeps you fit and healthy and you burn off calories. It makes you happy.

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gigi wrote:

Exercise is good for your muscles .

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nat wrote:

It keeps you healthy , it makes your bones strong and makes you happy.

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Everton2006 wrote:

Its fun and it helps you with your health.

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samoT wrote:

exercise is fun , it will make you fit and healthy also it is a great way to become social !

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AriElz wrote:

I think in life sports are important because ...
It teaches you different sports
You can get creative with different sports
And you can find your hobbies

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kittie claws wrote:

it keeps you alive and you could make friends from your sport e.g going to the gym together or going to a club together (-:

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Dance Diva 08 wrote:

It helps you as a person and keeps you fit and you can make more friends doing sport.

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newt wrote:

Exercise keeps you fit and healthy you can burn off calories and you can do it with friends and its fun.

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lima wrote:

It keeps you healthy also you enjoy it , it helps your bones.

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FaZe Pro wrote:

Exercise is fun and keeps you fit and healthy. It can make you feel happy about yourself.

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cool joe wrote:

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Pedro wrote:

Exercise is good for your health and makes you fit.It makes you feel happy!

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AlbertTheDog wrote:

Exercise keeps you healthy and fit. It brings people together in a social way. You can become a happier person.

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Georgio :) wrote:

Exercise is very important for your body. You can play lots of AWSOME sports and have fun!!!

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Musicallylover wrote:

Exercise is important because.... it learns you to do sport and it can bring groups of friends together

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Paddy wrote:

Exercise can make your health better and can also boost Your confidence!

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JJD wrote:

execersise fun, fit and healthy. Excersise can make you feel happy

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Charliedrr10 wrote:

Exercise is fun, it keeps you fit, it helps you when you do your stretches at the start so you don't strain a muscle .

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redheadhamster wrote:

It keeps me healthy and fit! I meet new friends who enjoy the same hobby! it keeps your blood pumping and helps your muscles!

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JJSD wrote:

Excersise is fun, fit and healthy. It makes you fell happy about your body.

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#cat flaps 10.0 wrote:

Exercise keeps you fit and social if your sitting down you will fell better and more proud of yourself

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CMCCLFC wrote:

its fun I do 20 minutes of treadmill and 100 press ups and I feel amazing

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DancingQueen wrote:

Exercise keeps you fit and releases endorphins into your body making you feel really happy! Everyone can do exercise in their own individual way. I love exercise!

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B8 wrote:

I like to do exercise

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